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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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wounded and missing.--Lieut G. H. Chalkley had a leg amputated, and was left in the hands of the enemy. We have received the following list of casualties in the battalion of Washington Artillery at Gettysburg on the 3d, and at Williamsport, Md., on the 6th. The losses in the second company were published yesterday: Let Company — Wounded: Lieut H. C. Brown, severely through body; Privates H. L. Zebal and Van Vinson, slightly. 3d Company--Killed; Privates R. Rideau, G. H. Bryens, and Jos Clark, Wounded; Serg't Ellis, slightly; Corporal W. Leafe, Privates W. A. Tew, A. Dupree, (seriously through body,) C. A. Gaugh, severely, F. Roulean, foot amputated, F. E. Koyle, J. Huisson, and J. Dick. 4th Company--Wounded: Capt Norcom, Lt. G. E. Apps, Corpls J. Lesesue, B Hufft, all slightly; privates L. Baker, leg fractured; W. P. Creesy, shoulder, severely; W. T. O' Neil, A Boucher, and C. Bateman, all slightly. The entire battalion lost 42 men killed and wounded in both engagements.--Ser